Is this the future of graphic design?

This video from the german demo scene has some really interesting frames, especially in the first half.


The disturbing results from FaceBook Graph Search


Tom Scott played with the FaceBook Graph Search engine and collected some weird, disturbing results.

Here are two examples, one targeting companies, the other individual. There is more on his tumbler site:

Current employers of people who like Racism



Family members of people who live in China and like Falun Gong


Facebook revisited in a new interface concept

Yes, Facebook could (and should) improve their interface. Fred Nerby from Brisbane, Australia, has done a great job in this conceptual showcase.


The anatomy of a successful Facebook Ad Campaign (infographic)

How much are you worth to Facebook?

How much are you worth for Facebook - Design Brother

Have you ever wondered how much money your Facebook data is worth to the social networking giant in revenue every year? Try the  Val-You Calculator.

Developed by Online privacy company Abine this simple tool quickly measures how much your data is worth to Facebook based on a range from $2 to $91. That’s how much Facebook will make from you each year, depending on how you answered the following 7 questions.

  1. Where do you live?
  2. How many Facebook firends do you have?
  3. How do you use Facebook Libe buttons?
  4. How many photos do you post on Facebook?
  5. Do you have a farm, a gang, or play Words With Friends?
  6. How much money do you make?
  7. How long do you think you’ll be using Facebook?

French Rock irreverence: the Parisians Itunes take-over

French rock band The Parisian and Tribal DDB urge fans to download fake itune covers with ironical messages, in order to create a Parisian take-over. Nice idea, but will the fans really do it? Maybe no, but the Parisians certainly get advertising.

Here is the Ad showcase video:

Super Mamika: the 91-year-old Superhero

To cheer up his 91-year-old hungarian grandmother, french photographer Sacha Goldberger suggested that they shoot a series of outrageous photographs in unusual costumes, poses, and locations. And Super Mamika (grandmother in Hungarian) was born.

Now she has a MySpace site, a Facebook page, a book, and according to well informed sources, she has even been approached by Hollywood.

And by the way, Mamika is a real hero. During the war, at the peril of her own life, she courageously saved the lives of ten people.